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Wed, 12 Oct 2011 13:16:40 -0700
Philadelphia Eagles DL Trent Cole (calf), DL Cullen Jenkins (triceps), DL Juqua Parker (ankle) and OT Jason Peters (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, Oct. 12.
Thu, 05 Nov 2009 14:05:58 -0800
Updating a previous report, Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Philadelphia Eagles DE Chris Clemons (shoulder, elbow), FS Victor Harris (ankle), OG Todd Herremans (foot), OG Max Jean-Gilles (shoulder), CB Dimitri Patterson (hand, quadriceps), DE Darren Howard (ankle), OT Jason Peters (ankle) and OG Nick Cole (knee) should be able to play in Week 9.
Fri, 23 Oct 2009 14:29:21 -0700
Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Philadelphia Eagles CB Sheldon Brown (abdomen), DT Brodrick Bunkley (rib), DT Antonio Dixon (hamstring), LS Jon Dorenbos (foot), OG Todd Herremans (foot), LB Akeem Jordan (hip), OT Jason Peters (knee, ankle) and LB Will Witherspoon (gluteus) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 23. They are all expected to play in Week 7.
Fri, 31 Jul 2009 10:05:07 -0700
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid said OT Jason Peters (quad) did not practice Friday, July 31. CB Asante Samuel (hamstring) and DT Trevor Laws (hamstring) are making progress; OL Shawn Andrews (back) is also feeling a little better. Reid said CB Victor Harris (ankle) was also feeling better Friday.
Wed, 28 Mar 2007 20:21:10 -0700
Allen Wilson, of the Buffalo News, reporting for the Sporting News, reports Buffalo Bills QB J.P. Losman got his first look at LG Derrick Dockery (6-6, 330) and RT Langston Walker (6-8, 345) last week when the team began its offseason program. Losman was sacked 47 times last season, but that number could go down dramatically with the two hulks joining stud LT Jason Peters up front. It will also allow Losman more time to throw, check his progressions, and ultimately make better decisions with the football.
Sun, 14 Apr 2002 11:43:35 -0700
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers are about $721,000 below the 2002 salary cap. RB Tshimanga Biakabutuka, CB Doug Evans, QB Jeff Lewis, DT Tim Morabito, DE Jason Peter and DE Chuck Smith are still counting for about $9.9 million in "dead money."
Wed, 13 Mar 2002 09:37:37 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers have elected not to exercise an option on DE Jason Peter's contract, voiding the final year of his deal. Peter is now an unrestricted free agent. Plagued by injury problems, Peter said that he would wait until the spring to decide if he would retire. Peter will count about $900,000 against the Panthers' cap this year.
Fri, 22 Feb 2002 10:52:13 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers are about $7.5 million above the salary cap. To get under the cap, the team is expected to cut players and restructure some contracts. DL Sean Gilbert, CB Doug Evans and CB Jimmy Hitchcock are all candidates to restructure their deals or be released. The team is likely to cut ties with Evans or Hitchcock, or possibly both. The Panthers should also get $1.1 million in cap relief from DE Jason Peter as the team will either release him or he'll retire.
Thu, 06 Dec 2001 21:54:01 -0800
Steve Reed reports for the Gaston Gazette Carolina Panthers DE Jason Peter, on injured reserve with a neck injury, showed up in the team's locker room today wearing a cast on his right foot. He found out he had torn some ligaments in the arch of his foot. Peter said he hasnít decided whether heíll have career-ending neck surgery in the spring. Heís using this down time to decide whether or not to try to make a comeback.
Sat, 24 Nov 2001 17:28:20 -0800
Pat Yasinskas reports for the Charlotte Observer the Carolina Panthers will face some tough decisions on the defensive line after the season. DE Mike Rucker, who is having a breakout season, and DT Brentson Buckner, who is under contract through 2002, seem certain to return. Rookie DT Kris Jenkins should be back too. DT Larry Chester is poised to become a free agent, but the team would like him back. DT Sean Gilbert and his $10.165 million cap hit next season may be thr biggest decision. Other tough choices will be DEs Chris Slade and Jay Williams. DE Jason Peter (neck) is expected to retire. Next year's draft is expected to be very deep with top-notch defensive linemen, which would help the Panthers.
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